JOHN CAGE turned to Buddhism in the 1950s.  When he did, he changed music and modern visual art, too.  KAY LARSON sets before us the engaging and profound thoughts of the composer in Where the Heart Beats: John Cage, Zen Buddhism and the Inner Life of Artists.

The Internet, as long as it is still with us, connects musicians with listeners. ROB REID, who founded, which folded into Rhapsody and Real NEtworks, dealt with the complextiies of music copyright.  He wrote a comic novel, Year Zero, about the intergalactic ramifications and annoyed aliens.

And we hear the original song from the new independent film, Kepler's Dream.  

It's Sedge's flâneur files.  Insights abound.  Laughs, too. Mike Greensill is on hand.